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HIPAA-Watch for Security Speeds Up Compliance Part One: Vendor and Product Information
HIPAA-Watch for Security is a tool designed to guide organizations through the risk analysis required by the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act

hipaa policy  integrated into the assessment. HIPAA Watch for Security presents you with default values for threat frequencies based on local annual frequency estimates (LAFE) and standard annual frequency estimates . The LAFE value should be a function of your local information such as penetration test data and incident report data, and during phase II, you have the opportunity to modify the LAFE value or use the standard defaults that are built into the product. For example, if your organizational assets are in

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Rules, Tools, Policies, and Best Practices for Compliance in the United States


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HIPAA-Watch for Security Speeds Up Compliance Part Two: Phase III and IV, and Product and User Recommendations


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